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September 11, 1987 - Image 47

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1987-09-11

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GRAND OPENING

CARE
&NE cenTeR

CALIFORNIA TONING

OF WEST BLOOMFIELD

Guest Cantor
Due At Beth El

California toning is a unique new exercise program that will
reshape the way you feel about exercise with the use of
seven isometric machines. You will tone muscles, lose inches,
reduce cellulite and decrease stress in a private and profes-
sional atmosphere. This exercise system is designed to be ef-
fective for everyone including those with arthritis, high blood
pressure and poor circulation.

LOOK AND FEEL YOUR BEST
FOR THE NEW YEAR

Call us for total body and face care
before the holidays.

2 FREE

Toning Sessions P20 Value

• European manicures and pedicures
• Award winning facials
• Therapeutic massages

When you sign up for 10, 20 or 30 sessions.

(with coupon)

NO FATIGUE EXERCISE

5755 W. MAPLE RD.

HEX TANNING SYSTEMS
— AVAILABLE -

SUITE 101
WEST OF ORCHARD LK. RD.
TOWER STREET CENTER
LOOK FOR THE TOWER

851-1363

Cantor Jan Mahler

Cantor Jan Mahler will
sing at High Holy Day ser-
vices this year at Temple
Beth El.
A native of Milwaukee,
Wis., Cantor Mahler received
her Bachelor of Music degree
from the School of Sacred
Music at the Hebrew Union
College-Jewish Institute of
Religion, earning her can-
torial investiture in 1983.
She has served as a cantor
in various congregations in-
cluding Thmple Beth Torah in
Dix Hills, N.Y., and Temple
Jeremiah in Northfield, Ill. In
addition, she spent a year in
Israel teaching Jewish music.

Expires 10-1-87

You're invited
Sunday, September 13
11 am - 1 pm

Free Tuition!

Religious school tuition
(Pre-K—Grade 8) will be waived for
the first year for all new members,
July 1, 1987-July 1, 1988.

Hours 9-5:30, 9-8:30, Th.

626-5511 • 626-1173
6672 Orchard Lake Rd.

Closed Monday

in the West Bloomfield Plaza

Temple
Beth El
Open House

Kids' Shabbat

Cong. Shaarey Zedek will
have children's Shabbat ser-
vices at 10:30 a.m. Saturdays,
beginning Oct. 10.
There will be activities for
children of pre-school age
through high school. Special
ceremonies will take place
throughout the year.

Imm°1 FOR MEN Im"'"•

Hebrew Reading
Course Offered

The Men's Club of Cong.
Beth Shalom is again offering
the opportunity to learn to
read Hebrew.
The basic course, "Shalom
Aleichem," will begin Oct. 12
and will run for 12 Mondays,
from 7 to 9 p.m. The course
presumes no working know-
ledge of Hebrew.
A more advanced course,
"Ayn Keilohaynu," will begin
March 7. "Ayn Keilohaynu"
will offer those with some
reading skills an opportunity
to improve and become more
comfortable with the Shabbat
morning service.
Registration is open to all.
The fee includes the text. To
register, contact Harold
Black, 537-8253; or Rick Em-
mer, 559-3227.

Visit us and learn what belonging to Temple Beth El is all about.
• Meet our Officers, Rabbis and Staff
• Learn about our outstanding religious education programs
• Nursery school with extended care program
• Bar/Bat Mitzvah, Confirmation & High School Graduation
• Art, dance, music education
• Programs for exceptional children
• All schools on the grounds
• Sisterhood, Brotherhood, Married Group, Youth Group,
Middle Years Group, Beth Elders, Inter-Married Group

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Temple Beth El

We want to belong to your family.
Telegraph & 14 Mile • Birmingham
For information, including how affordable membership
can be, call Herb Maistelman 851-1100.

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